On 2014-03-08 13:06, clemband wrote:
> well if i do a cat /etc/SuSE-release i still have 12.3.
Yes, that can happen.
> So i don’t really know, it seem my school give us a custom Opensuse, and
> i don’t really want to modify it to much;
Who activated the repos you have, them or you?
The problematic ones are those with “Tumbleweed” in the URL, and those
with “current” in the URL. Ie, all of them, but one for which I have no
data (host repo.epitech.eu doesn’t solve). Ok, the chrome repo is ok.
The “current” named repos are in fact pointers or symlinks to the the
current release, which at the moment is 13.1.
Check for yourself, your “oss” repo is this:
Go ahead, click on it. You will see a list of files. Open, for example,
the “content” file (it is plain text). Read the header carefully:
So, that’s problem number one.
Problem number two, you also have the main Tumbleweed repository, which
is a factory version derivative.
The result then is that you have a mixture of packages from 12.3, 13.1,
It is not even pure Tumbleweed, because as you are not aware that your
repos are setup for Tumbleweed, you have thus not read nor followed the
instructions for having a proper Tumbleweed install. Basically, that you
have to forget yast and zypper patch or zypper up, and instead use
“zypper dup” all the time.
And this is a dangerous route if you don’t know what you are doing, IMO.
So, who created those repository definitions, your school, or you?
If it was your school, then, IMNSHO, the person that did the setup is
daft. And you have to tell them of the problem they created.
If it was you, then you are excused because you are in a learning
process. Just undo… no, ask us again for a plan of attack.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 “Bottle” at Telcontar)